Autumn Williams started out as a childhood witness and began conducting field research at the tender age of 16. 17 years later, she's been all over the U.S., she's still at it spending almost every weekend in the summer (and many in the winter) in our research areas. Her goal is to develop a trust and rapport with these creatures and study them in their natural habitat. Her main area of focus is long-term witnesses - a phrase she coined many years ago to describe those people who, as her family did, claim to experience ongoing encounters with these creatures near their homes.
In the second hour, Todd Standing discussed his documentation of Bigfoot and efforts to make these creatures a protected species in Canada.More » Host: Ian Punnett